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New Meyer Distributing warehouse to bring 75-100 jobs to Hermiston

A new warehouse starting construction in Hermiston is expected to hire 75 to 100 people once it is completed later this year. Read more


Young adult actors needed for summer feature film

NEW ORLEANS, La. — A casting call for a road trip movie that will film in Central Oregon in the summer of 2021 is seeking teens and young adults ages 18-25 of all backgrounds, ethnicities and walks of life to be a part of the movie. Individuals, groups of friends, siblings and couples are encouraged to audition, and no acting experience is necessary. Read more


Snack Shack opens in Umatilla

A new Umatilla business will hold its grand opening on Saturday, April 10. Read more

Local News

Umatilla spotlights its 'distinguished citizens'

There were plenty of congratulations to go around on Friday, April 2, as the Umatilla Chamber of Commerce handed out its Distinguished Citi… Read more


Umatilla County moved to moderate risk level

Umatilla County will move to moderate risk level for COVID-19 on Friday, April 9, according to an announcement from Gov. Kate Brown. Read more

Hermiston History

Hermiston History: Local Safeway workers go on strike

25 YEARS AGO Read more


Three Minutes With Kristina Olivas

Hermiston Chamber CEO Read more

Local News

Lifeways announces closure of Aspen Springs Psychiatric Hospital in Hermiston

HERMISTON — Just months after opening Aspen Springs Psychiatric Hospital in Hermiston, Lifeways, Inc. has announced it is closing the hospital due to difficulties staffing it. Read more


Obit: Frederick M. 'Rick' Sellers

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Bird Scooters launches Hermiston fleet

Hermiston residents have a new transportation option with the arrival of Bird Scooters. Read more

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